Source: American Thinker.
You’d think the Hippocratic Oath would have prevented the medical mistreatment of patients with body dysphoria, or that science — true to it’s own analytical nature — would have proceeded more cautiously. But ours already is a dystopian world.
Continue reading “A psychiatric journal made a big mistake about transgender surgery”
We’re on the generator, using my cell phone as a hotspot.
Lost a huge red oak, 5 ft in diameter, who knows how old. Hundreds for sure.
Once we fill in the hole from the root ball, I’ll plant another one.
This is a LTE from a doctor in Boston and the gist is that rural and smaller community hospitals may have a mortality rate of triple that of a major health center.
Continue reading “Hospital resources seemingly as important as patient health for survival.”
LaRock to Health Commissioner
So, the VA administration respects the privacy of medical decisions if the question is one of abortion, but off-label use of safe and effective drugs is prohibited if advocated by a Republican President?
Continue reading “Pro choice, except…”
Buy Black movement.
I stumbled across this and was taken aback. The idea is that in order to increase the Black community’s share of the wealth, Black people should buy from businesses owned by other Blacks. Sounds OK, but…
Continue reading “The high price of ignoring economics”
Pilot : Heat player explains standing for national anthem
Why IN THE HELL should anyone ever have to explain standing for the National Anthem?
Differing opinion is no longer tolerated.
I’m going to buy another thousand rounds of ammo.
NPR No charges for 2nd time
If you remember, Michael Brown was shot and killed by officer Daryl Wilson in Ferguson, MO, in 2014, effectively starting the Black Lives Matter protests.
The former prosecutor took the case to a grand jury, which did not indict Wilson, because while Brown’s hands were up, he was also charging toward the officer.
A new prosecutor, Wesley Bell, who replaced the former in a Democratic Primary based largely on the failure to secure an indictment, reopened the investigation, and while he hedged his comments, also declined to prosecute.
BLM is not amused.
It’s really going to hit the fan when Chauvin is found not guilty in George Floyd’s death.